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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE FirstJVational Bank to Explain Financing Will Stress Four Types of Service The means by which prospective home owners and those living in antiquated dwellings can achieve a modern home in the easiest manner -will be shown in the First National bank booth at the Building and Home Furnishings show in the high school Wednesday through Friday. Complete loan services for home owners will be explained by attendants and displayed in specially selected literature in the local bank's booth during the three day show. Four Types Stressed Four typos of loans will be stressed by the bank at the show. Personal loans can be arranged for taxes and insurance premiums; FHA modernization loans can be .made for repairs and improving property; mortgage loans are available to build new houses or refinance present mortgages, and farm loans are offered to rural home owners. 'The fact that until July 1, the bank is authorized to loan 90 per cent of the cost of building for a period ot 25 years will be given special emphasis by the attendants at the booth this year. In Business 70 Years The First National bank also will take the opportunity offered at the booth to inform the public that for the past 70 years the company has been doing an increasing business. Little did the founders of the bank realize back in 1869 that they were laying the foundation of an organization that would grow and expand until today il is in a position to be of service to the home owner in providing the means to achieve a modern and comfortable home in an easj manner. Now Easily Financed This attractive s m a l l ! home is a refreshing departure fro mthe usual design for houses of this size. , It has style and symmetry, | attractively blended, and creates a pleusant picture. Ample space for two or thrce occupants is provided. The floor plan is idea! in its effective and eco~- nomical layout. A front vestibule opens into the, living room, which is provided with a disappearing bed closet and cloak room. An unusually large kitchen and compact modern bath are provided. There 1939 Kitchen Displayed by Ward's Store This year at the Mason City Home Furnishings and Buildei-s show, the Montgomery Ward store will feature the new 1939 Supreme Montgomery Ward refrigerator, together with the latest creation in a modern kitchen setup. An. outstanding feature of the new refrigerator is (lie Food Froster, the most copied feature in refrigeration today. This feature sets directly beneath the freezer in the Supreme models. It consists of nine molds fit small back porch; and ,, large side porch off the living room. Beyond the side porch is indicated place for a future gar- snugly in the deep glass dish, covered with a handsome stainless steel serving tray. The entire ensemble jidc.s on its own sliding shelf. The Food Froster has dozens ol daily uses. The attractive blue and ivory molds may be used for the chilling and cooking of delicious salads, desserts and gelatines. The deep glass is ideal for meat storage. The beautiful, stainless serving tray will save many steps to and from the refrigerator daily. Other features of the new 1939 refrigerators are speedy ice cube trays, flexibility of the interior, food guardian, speedy freezer, super powered u n i t and a size for any family. The newest hi a modern kitchen is to be featured by Wards at the Building and Home Furnishings show. We cordially invite you to inspect the ELGIN Slcel Kitchen to be installed in the New Mason City Sub[ fire Station, on display in our booth. B R BUILDERS SUPPLY CO. 415 Forcslprs Bldg-. Uleiahtie Weatherstrip -- Venetian Blinds Koyalcliromc Furniture Many Methods Are Available for Good Closet Lighting Proper lighting for the closets in a home may be solved through selection from many available methods. A ceiling light in a closet may have a pull chain or wall switch. There is always the danger, however, that this light may be forgotten and burn needlessly for hours. A switch outside the closet door may be equipped with a pilot light which glows red when the light in the closet is on. A door switch which automatically turns the light in the closet on when the door is opened and turns it oft -when th3 door is closed is satisfactory. Another arrangement is a light which bums for a stated time r.nd then automatically turns off. This guards against wasted electricity. May Convert Porches Into Sun Parlors Seldom-used side and rear porches, carry-overs from an era when numerous porches w e r e prevailing architectural features, can be converted into sun parlors with comparatively little remodeling and expense. A glassed-in sunroom, providing maximum sun and light, is frequently the most popular room in the house. Besides being a cheerful place in which to sit, a sunroom can be used for flowers and often is made into a summer sleeping porch. Extra Ceilings Prove Useful in Basements Now that basements have gone "society" and are an accepted part of the house, the addition of a ceiling in the cellar serves a number of useful purposes. When only one thickness of flooring is used it prevents the passage of dust to the upper floors, and does away with corners and spaces between joists where dust and cobwebs collect. If a fire-resistant material is used for the ceiling, it retards the spread of fire to the upper floors in a house. Good Equipment + Good Installation = Satisfactory Air-Conditioning In Our Booth at the North Iowa Builders' Show We Are Showing LENNOX HEATING AND AIR-CONDITIONING EQUIPMENT and our method of installing Aire-Flo Air Conditioning systems which are tailor made in our own shop by Mason City mechanics to fit your house. No matter how good the equipment it must be properly installed to be satisfactory. It has been our endeavor for many years to hire the best mechanics and train them. to give our customers the best service possible. We are proud of the work done by our mechanics and invite you to call at our booth and inspect it and the equipment offered. See the new-1939 LENNOX GAS AIRE-FLO unit and the new LENNOX HI-BOY unit for use in store rooms and houses without basements. RAY E. PAULEY CO. Phone 963 425 South Federal Ave.